AIBTM will bring in best of global skills, knowledge, training methods, and culture in the field of science and technology related to wheat based and cereal based products. All programs have been drawn up with industry guidance. Facility provides individual practice centres equipped with commercial machinery and equipment. Large laboratory, modern class rooms, specialized teaching areas and library help students gain knowledge that can be applied in work situations, giving them a cutting edge.

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2 weeks Course on Cereal Processing

About Courses

This course will provide an excellent introduction to Cereal Science and Technology for the food industry. Whilst there will be a major focus on wheat flour for baked goods applications, other cereal ingredients will be considered during the course e.g. barley flour for human consumption.

The course is a mix of theory and practice and is aimed at product developers and technical staff involved in cereals and baked good manufacture, as well as suppliers to these sectors. By attending, you will gain a better understanding of the source of various cereal-based ingredients, as well as the key factors controlling their functionality.

Following modules will be covered during two weeks programs.

  • Extrusion Processing (Snacks and Allied products)
  • Milling Technology
  • Bakery Science and Technology
  • Analytical Techniques
  • Grain Handling and Storage

Course Commences

December 10-22, 2018

Course Fee

  • Fee: Rs.15,000/- plus 18% GST
  • Lunch and Two Tea @ Rs.300/per day.
  • Hostel Accommodation Available @ Rs.850/per day including all applicable meals.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This program is recommended for food processors that rely on cereals as a major ingredient in their products, graduates who are leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Cereal Science. These processors manufacture such products as: baked goods (bread, sweet goods, crackers, biscuits, pasta, prepared snack foods, breakfast foods, etc. This program is highly recommended for Start-ups.